A special celebration of the star "Ahmed Badir" at the Ismailia International Festival for Documentary and Short Films
The management of the Ismailia International Film Festival for Documentary and Short Films, which is held by the National Center for Cinema and headed by the scriptwriter "Mohamed Al-Basousy", decided to hold a special celebration throughout the days of the festival to celebrate a number of Egyptian stars who starred in short films, on the sidelines of the festival's activities in its 22nd session headed by the film critic "Issam Zakaria", which is scheduled to be held from June 16 to 22, in the city of Ismailia.
Among the most prominent artists who presented short films, the great artist Ahmed Badir, who starred in the movie “A Date of Life” directed by Amr Al-Bahidi, which achieved great success, as it participated in three international festivals, through which it won the award for the best short film in India and the award for mention. Musharraf from the jury in France, and the star Ahmed Badir won the award for the best nominee actor in England. He also participated in the London International Film Festival and received the praise of the international filmfreeway site for festivals, and it was sent to the filmmakers, where they confirmed that the movie “A Life Date” is among the most chosen works. At festivals, the film will be shown, followed by a symposium by the artist "Ahmed Badir", during which he will be awarded the festival shield.
It is noteworthy that the Ismailia Festival is held annually by the National Film Center in Ismailia Governorate, and it is held this year with all preventive and precautionary measures taken to maintain the security and safety of our guests and all participants in the festival... The Ismailia Festival is one of the oldest festivals in the Arab world and the first Arab festival that specializes in films Documentary and short, where his first courses began in 1991.